2021-09-22 19:11:38 - 3 weeks ago -
Last Updated: 06 October 2021 - 15h33
The University of Cape Town's Senate has voted to implement mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations next year.
The vote was held electronically.
UCT spokesperson, Elijah Moholola, says 83 percent of respondents in the ballot indicated support for mandatory vaccinations.
He says a final desicion on the matter will be taken by the UCT Council after
an engagement process with all stakeholders has been done.
" UCT emphasises that no decision or position has been taken yet by the university on mandatory vaccination on campus.
Any final decision on a matter of policy for the university will have to be a decision of the university Council.
If taken forward, any decision on the proposal will ultimately be made by Council as the university's highest decision-making body.
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